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Re: new admin guide draft

--On Thursday, September 18, 2003 12:20 AM -0400 Jonghyuk Choi <jongchoi@us.ibm.com> wrote:

I've also seen the non-recovery -- On my systems, it also sent slapd
into a  mode where it was eating up the CPU, memory, and swap (I've
filed an ITS on  that).  Do you see this over time?  It took a little
while for it to really  ramp up.

More info on the setup is required in assessing the case. Looks like this setup is larger than what I experimented with. Was this observed only with the refreshAndPersist mode ? - Jong

Okay, with refreshAndPersist, what I see is the master's slapd spike when the replica is first started (up to 20% of the CPU), and then drop back down to near 0 once it is done sending everything (about 5 minutes), so that by itself isn't bad. I do wonder what happens in a case like ours, where we shutdown all the servers nightly, then restart -- I imagine having 9 replica's start hammering the master within minutes of each other could have a negative effect.


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